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2014 Indianapolis Moto2 FP2 Result: Aegerter Edges Cortese

Dominique Aegerter has picked up at Indianapolis where he left off before the summer break, ending the first day of practice for the Moto2 class on top of the timesheets. The Swiss rider fought a close battle with Sandro Cortese, snatching back top spot right at the end. Cortese was left with 2nd spot, just a hundredth of a second off the time of Aegerter, while Tito Rabat took the 3rd fastest time, dragging Thom Luthi in his wake. Ant West showed excellent form to set the 5th best time in FP2.

The session was marred by a number of crashes, though nobody was serious injured. Randy Krummenacher caused the session to be red-flagged after falling in the infield section, his bike dragging dirt back onto the track and the racing line. After the mud and grass had been cleared, the session resumed again.

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2014 Indianapolis MotoGP FP2 Result: Marquez Sends A Reminder

Marc Marquez reasserted his season-long dominance Friday with a fast lap of 1’32.882 — the only rider to dip into the 1’32s in either free practice. Marquez's time at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway put him slightly more that two-tenths clear of Andrea Iannone (2nd) and half a second in front of Jorge Lorenzo (3rd) as riders tried to work out the new lines and extra speed of the redesigned track.

Andrea Dovisioso improved on his FP1 showing with a fourth that put him just ahead of the circuit's only two-time MotoGP winner, Dani Pedrosa (5th). Stefan Bradl -- fastest in one of the four sectors -- came in sixth, ahead of a surprising Yonny Hernandez (7th) who was quick all session. Aleix Espargaro, who was running near the top of the timesheet early, dropped to eighth. And while Rossi improved on his FP1 time, he didn't improve nearly as much as his rivals which left him in ninth, seven-tenths of a second from the leader. The good news for Bradley Smith is that just like in FP1 he finished right behind Rossi. The bad news is that in FP2 it left him hanging on the bottom rung of the top 10.

2014 Indianapolis Moto3 FP2 Result: Vinales Surges Ahead

Isaac Vinales used his final lap of FP2 to his advantage to seize the top spot in Friday's final session at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Vinales' nine-hundredths margin just clipped Alex Marquez (2nd) who had just set his fastest time and briefly held the top spot.

Jack Miller, leader for much of the session, ended his day in third. Efren Vazquez (4th) and John McPhee (5th) rounded out the top five. Both Vinales and Marquez set their fast times with effective use of slipstreaming on the long straight -- a tactic that will prove vital for the flyweight, 50 BHP bikes.

Romano Fenati and Alex Rins -- fourth and fifth in the championship standings -- finished the session eleventh and twelveth respectively.

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2014 Indianapolis Moto2 FP1 Result: Rabat Tops The Timesheet

Championship points leader Tito Rabat set the top time Friday in the first Moto2 practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday. Rabat grabbed he lead toward the end of the practice session with a 1’38.060 — good for four-hundredths of a second clear of second place.

Dominique Aegerter, who led for most of FP1, finished second in the initial session with Sam Lowes just a touch back in third. Sandro Cortese (4th) and Simone Corsi (5th) rounded out the top five.

Mika Kallio, second in the championship was well off the pace in 12th, over a second back.

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2014 Indianapolis MotoGP FP1 Result: New Surface Suits Rossi Fine

Valentino Rossi found something to like at the first free practice on the newly resurfaced Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday morning. Rossi’s 1’34.535 put him three-hundredths clear of Bradley Smith who, like Rossi, saved his fastest lap for the end of the humid session. Andrea Iannone, who had topped the timesheet with one minute to go, was relegated to third in the tightly bunched field

Pol Espargaro managed fourth, slightly more than one-tenth of a second behind the leader. Marc Marquez, who held a dominant lead midway through FP1, found himself pushed into fifth at the session's end, slightly faster than Jorge Lorenzo (6th) who sits half a second shy of his teammate.

Nearly all of the riders set times significantly faster than last year. Not only was the infield track resurfaced, it also was slightly redesigned to add flow and better connect the corners. The result shaved roughly three seconds a lap on average.

Rossi led much of the early session only to be supplanted by Marquez with a little less than half the session remaining. With seven minutes to go, Rossi lagged six-tenths behind the championship leader with Lorenzo nearly a full second back.

2014 Indianapolis Moto3 FP1 Result: Miller Finds the Fast Way Around

Australian Jack Miller picked up right where he left off at the previous round with the fastest time in the first free practice at Round 10 of the Moto3 World Championship. Miller’s 1’45.824 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday morning left him three-tenths of a second clear of Isaac Vinales (2nd) and nearly three-quarters of a second faster than Alessandro Tonucci.

Luca Grunwald (4th) and Efren Vasquez (5th) rounded out the top five, both more than a second shy of Miller's time.

The session started slow on the damp track with times well slower than the previous year's FP1-- even with the slight track redesign which was supposed to make laps slightly quicker. But 15 minutes into the session as the racing line dried, lap times began to drop and Miller surged into the top spot. The championship points leader, fresh off the summer break, had dominated the previous round in Germany setting the top time in every session -- except race warm-up -- and winning the round.

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2014 Sachsenring Moto2 Race Result: Two-Horse Race In Saxony

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2014 Sachsenring Moto2 QP Result: First Ever Pole In Tight Session

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2014 Sachsenring MotoGP QP Result: Pole Record Beaten In Germany

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2014 Sachsenring MotoGP FP4 Result: Marquez Heads Rain-Delayed Session

Marc Marquez has topped MotoGP FP3 at the Sachsenring after early rain saw the riders do a lot of waiting around in the pit lane, only to get a useful ten minutes of valuable track time to refine their race setups. Dani Pedrosa made it a Repsol Honda 1-2 and appeared to have discovered some decent pace heading into the qualifying session to follow.

Stefan Bradl continued his strong showing at his home Grand Prix to take third place while the factory Yamaha duo of Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo rounded out the top five. 

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